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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Washington has become a terrible habitat for endangered species but first Chris Collins a Republican congressman from New York and his son were arrested and indicted, for, insider trading related to the shares of an Australian biotech firm Collins is accused of. Tipping off his son about negative results in a clinical, trial for a drug being developed by, innate immune therapeutics Bloomberg opinion columnist Joe Nocera observes that the indictment seems awfully familiar to what happened to Martha Stewart and he's. Here to tell. Us more about It reminds us of how the charges against Martha, Stewart came about well it was pretty simple The broker for the CEO of ImClone Sam wacko who have just learned that the drug. Urban talks had failed FDA test at least temporarily same broker who was Margaret, Stewart poker itself and so when the broker discovered that the test. Had, failed in that family From stock he turned around and called Martha who was a friend of fans and who. Was in the stock because she had heard about family told her about it So I, mean if you're in the SEC that's about it easy an insider trading case. To nail, as there and then along comes Chris Collins right here we are years later and here's a. Congressman who has a history as a sophisticated businessman and investor I. Mean this is not come greenhorn invested in a lot of startups and he's been an angel investor and so he's on the board of this Australian company And he has told a bunch of other congressman about it and they've invested including by the way Tom Price, who has come, first secretary of health. And human services, and he told his son and his son, told his fiancee and his future in-laws and they. All bought the Faulk what the drug Australian, companies drug failed and, Collins tells his son literally and a phone call six seconds after he discovers. That the, drug failed and the sun to unload his stock at the Piazza starts to unload her stock. And the future unload his dock the future mother-in-law motor Doc I mean that chain SEC could do that blindfolded That's about as easy thing to. Mail as there and he? Was, also under. Investigation wasn't, he for ethics, violations yes he was you know even before this I mean he was accused of using his position to help this company. And. Getting people in the stock is going. Up absolutely and he had actually, had lost, his I believe he had lost his you know whatever. Subcommittee chairmanship he had had because of. This. Though he was already sort. Of in, trouble yes and then the son sold one point three million shares another similarity to the Stuart case is that one of. The charges is that they lied to the FBI Yes that's absolutely right that is actually why Martha Stewart went to jail that's what got. Her. On she was very poorly prepared she. Didn't go in with a lawyer, she thought, she could just wing it and and they killed her. And in this case I think they're. Alleging. That Chris Collins and his. Son simply, lied about what transpired on that phone call obviously they didn't have it bug but the timing is very very very suspicious Now he. Resigned right after the, charges came out that night he said he was going to fight the charges right then after thinking about. It for a weekend he decided, that he was not going, to, run well What what you know what would you expect, them to do that he's pretty Republicans are vulnerable anyway And this hanging over his head he's particularly vulnerable, and I, think he could just. Probably visited the what the ad campaign against them would be like, you, know the thing, about it the thing that I found both appalling and amusing about this story Is how dumb you gotta, be who to. Do an insider trade like this I mean sandy Weill this is a long time ago but sandy, wiles wife, with seeing a psychiatrist. At a time when sandy Weill was doing a bunch of deals And had the relationship with the patient that's a. Very private thing I. Hope and of course the therapy, sandy Wilde's wife told him the psychiatrist about some deals sandy was doing because obviously that was on your mind And the psychiatrist went and traded on that information And he got caught by the SEC If they could catch something like that then quick Collins and. Cameron Collins, in the fiance father-in-law mother-in-law that's like, that's the easiest thing in the world Walk so was sophisticated wasn't he Yeah but I, mean he, was and and just. You know I, like them I like him personally so. I chalk this up to a moment of utter panic, and you know foolishness, so maybe the same thing happened in the Collins case maybe maybe maybe I the reason I wrote the column list because you would think that anybody who, is old enough to have read about and lived through the Martha Stewart trial which was on the front pages for weeks, at a, time would have would have taken away, from that travel lesson of you know if you're gonna. Be, an insider trader at least at least at, least try, to hide it The FBI when they catch you don't lie to the, FBI when, they get to that that's exactly right, they always know more than you do at that point Sure. Do Thanks Joe that's Joe Nocera a Bloomberg. Opinion columnist coming up on Bloomberg at the union.

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"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"First Chris Collins a Republican congressman from New York and his son were arrested and indicted for insider trading related to the shares of an Australian, biotech, firm Collins is accused of tipping off his son about negative results in a clinical, trial for a drug being developed by innate immune. Therapeutics Bloomberg opinion columnist Joe Nocera observes that the indictment seems awfully? Familiar, to what happened to. Martha Stewart and he's here to tell us more about it so remind us, of how the, charges against Martha Stewart came about, well, it was pretty, simple the. Broker for the CEO of Imclone Sam. Wack so who had just learned that the drug urban talks had failed FDA test at least temporarily broker who would Martha? Stewart broker? Itself And so when the broker discovered that the tests had failed and that family selling stock he turned around and, called Martha. Who was a friend of fans and who was in the stock because she had heard about cook fan but told her about it So I, mean if you're in the. SEC that's about as easy an insider trading case the nail as their and van along, comes Chris Collins right here we are years later and here's a congressman who has a history as a sophisticated businessman and investor I mean this is not some greenhorn Invested, in a lot of startups and he's been an angel investor and so he's. On the, board of this Australian company And he has told a bunch of other. Congressman about it and they've invested including by the way Tom Price who is Trump's, first secretary of health and human services and he told his, son and his son told his. Fiancee and his future in-laws and they all bought the Doc What's the? Drug the Australian companies drug, failed and Collins tells his son literally and a phone call six seconds after he discovers that the drug failed and the sun to unload his dock and unload her stock and future, father-in-law unload dock the, future mother-in-law and low turn. Back I mean that chain that mean SEC could do that blindfolded It's, about as, easy thing to nail as there is and he. Was also under investigation wasn't ethics. Violations. Yes he was you know even before, this I mean he was accused of using his position to help this company and getting people in the stock was going up? Absolutely and he? Actually had lost his I, believe he had lost his you know whatever subcommittee chairmanship he had had because of this so he was already in trouble yes and then the son sold one point three million shares, and nother similarity to, the Stuart case is that. What are the charges is that they lied to the FBI That's absolutely right that is actually why Martha Stewart went to jail that's what they got on. She. Was very poorly prepared she didn't. Go in with a lawyer she, thought you, could just wing it and and they killed her. And in this case I think. They're. Alleging that Chris Collins and. His son, simply lied about what transpired on that phone call obviously. They didn't have it bug but the timing is very very very suspicious Now he. Resigned right after the, charges came out that night he said he was going to fight the charges right then after thinking about. It for a weekend he decided, that he was not going, to, run well What what you know what would you expect them, to do I mean he's pretty Republicans are vulnerable anyway And you know with this hanging over his head he's particularly, vulnerable and, I think he could, just probably envision the what the ad campaign against them would be, like, you know the, thing about the the thing that I? Found both, appalling and amusing about this story Is how dumb you gotta be, who to do. An inside a trade like this I mean sandy Weill this is a long time ago but sandy, wiles wife, was seeing a psychiatrist, at a time when sandy Weill was doing a bunch of deals And the cocker has a relationship with a patient that's a very private. Thing I hope cut, and of course of the therapy. Sandy Wilde's wife told him the psychiatrist about some deals that sandy was doing because that was on your mind And the psychiatrists went and traded on that information And he got caught by, the SEC if they could get something like that then quick. Collins and, Cameron Collins and the fiance father-in-law mother-in-law, that's like that's the easiest, thing in? The world but walks so was sophisticated wasn't he Yeah but I mean he was just. You know I, like them I like him personally so I talked. Us up to a moment of utter panic and you, know foolishness so maybe the same thing happened in the Collins case maybe maybe maybe the reason I wrote a column list because you would think that anybody who is old, enough to have read about and lips through the Martha Stewart trial which was on the front pages for weeks at a, time would, have would have taken away from that, tribal lesson of you know if you're gonna be an. Insider, trader at least, at least at, least try, to hide it The FBI when they catch you don't lie to the, FBI when, I get you that that's exactly right, they always know more than you do at that point Sure do Thanks Joe that's Jonas Sarah. A Bloomberg opinion columnist coming up on.

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"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Washington has become a terrible habitat for endangered species but first Chris Collins a Republican congressman from New York and his son were arrested and, indicted, for insider trading relating to the shares of an Australian biotech firm Tallinn's is accused. Of tipping off his son about negative results in. A clinical, trial for drug being developed by innate, immune therapeutics Bloomberg opinion columnist Joe Nocera observes that the indictment seems awfully familiar to what happened to Martha Stewart and he's here. To tell us. More about it So remind us of how the charges against, Martha Stewart came about well it was pretty simple The broker for the CEO of ImClone Sam wacko who just learned. That the drug urban talks had failed FDA at least temporarily broker who was Martha Stewart's broker, and so when the broker discovered that the test had failed in that family starring from stock he turned around and called Martha who was a friend of. Fans and who was in the stock because he had heard about? Family, told her about it So I, mean if you're in the SEC that's about it easy an insider trading case to mail as their and then along comes Chris Collins right here we are years. Later and here's a congressman who has a history as a sophisticated businessman and investor I mean, this is not some greenhorn he's invested in a lot of startups and he's been an angel investor and so he's on the board of this Australian company And he has told a bunch of other, congressman about it and they've invested including by the way Tom Price who was Trump's first secretary. Of health, and human services and he. Told his son and his. Son told his, fiancee and his future in-laws and they all, bought, the Faulk what's the drug the Australian companies. Drug failed and Collins tells his son literally, a phone call six, seconds after he discovers that the drug failed and the sun to unload his. Dock and, the day starts unload her. Stock and the future will unload dock the future mother-in-law doc I mean. That chain that me nasty she could do that blindfolded That's about as easy thing thank the nail as there. And he was also under investigation wasn't for ethics violations yes he was you know, even before this I mean he was accused of? Using his position to help, this company and getting people, in the stock is going up absolutely and he actually had lost his I believe he had lost his you, know whatever subcommittee chairmanship he had had because of this though he was already thought, of in. Trouble yes and then the son sold. One point three million shares Yeah Similarity to the Stuart, case is that what are the charges is that they lied to the? FBI That's absolutely right that is. Actually why Martha Stewart went to. Jail that's what they got gotta on she was very poorly prepared. She didn't go in, with lawyer she thought she could just wing it and and they killed her and in this case I. Think, they're alleging that Chris Collins, and his son simply lied, about, what transpired. On that phone call obviously, they didn't have it bug but the timing is very very very suspicious Now he. Resigned right after the, charges came out that night he said he was going to fight the charges right then after thinking about. It for a weekend he decided, that he was not going, to, run well What are you what you know what would you expect them, to do I mean he's pretty Republicans are vulnerable anyway This hanging over his head, he's particularly, vulnerable and I think he could just probably envision the what the ad campaign against him would. Be like you know the thing, about it is the thing that I? Found both, appalling and amusing about this story It's how dumb you. Gotta be who, to do an insider trade like this I mean sandy Weill this is a long time ago but, sandy wiles, wife with seeing a psychiatrist at a time with sandy Weill was doing a bunch of deals And has the relationship with a patient that's a very private thing. I hope and in. The course of the therapy sandy, Wilde's wife told him the psychiatrist about some deal that sandy was doing because obviously that was on your mind And the psychiatrist went and traded on that information And he got caught by the SEC If they could catch something like that then Chris Collins and. Cameron Collins, and the fiance father-in-law mother-in-law that's like, that's the easiest thing in the world But walk so was sophisticated wasn't he Yeah, but I, mean yes he, was just. You know I, like them I like him personally so I. Talked us up to a moment of utter panic and, you know foolishness so, maybe the same thing happened in the Collins case maybe maybe maybe I the reason I wrote the column list because you would think that anybody who is, old enough to have read about and live through the Martha Stewart trial which was on the front pages for weeks at, a time, would have would have taken away from, that tribal lesson of you know if you're gonna be. An, insider trader at, least, at least at, least try, to hide it The FBI when they catch you don't lie to the, FBI when, I get you that that's exactly right, they always know more than you do at that point Sure. Do Thanks Joe that's Jonas Sarah a Bloomberg. Opinion columnist coming up on Bloomberg at the union why American workers shouldn't be..

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"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"sandy wilde" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Collins a Republican congressman from New York and his son were arrested and indicted for insider trading relating to the shares of an Australian biotech firm Collins is, accused of tipping off his son about negative results in a clinical trial for a, drug being developed by innate immune a therapeutics Bloomberg. Opinion columnist Joe Nocera observes that the indictment, seems awfully, familiar to what happened to Martha, Stewart, and he's, here to tell us more about it So remind us of how the charges against, Martha Stewart came about well it was pretty simple The broker for the CEO of ImClone Sam wacko who had just learned that. The drug urban talks had failed FDA test at least temporarily broker who was Martha, Stewart's broker and so when the broker discovered that the test had failed and family selling stock he turned around and called Martha who was a. Friend of fans and who was in the stock because she had? Heard, about told about it So I mean if you're, in the SEC that's about as easy an insider trading case to nail at their and then along comes Chris Collins right here we are years later and here's a congressman. Who has a history as a sophisticated businessman and investor I mean this is not, some greenhorn and he's invested in a lot of startups and he's been an angel investor and so he's on the board of this Australian company And he has told a bunch of other congressman about it and they've invested including by the way Tom Price, who has come to, US Secretary of. Health and human services and he told his son and. His son told, his fiancee and his future in-laws and they all, bought the stock once the drug the Australian. Companies drug failed and Collins tells his son, literally and a phone, call six seconds after he discovers that the drug failed and the sun to. Unload his, dock and the fiance start to unload her stock and future father-in-law unload dock the future mother-in-law her back. I mean that chain that SEC could do that blindfolded That's about as easy thing to nail as there and he was also under investigation wasn't he for ethics, violations yes he was you know even before this I mean he was. Accused of using his position to help this company and getting people in the stock, is was going up absolutely and he had actually, had lost his, I believe, he had lost his you know, whatever subcommittee chairmanship he had had because of this though he was already sort of in trouble yes and then the son sold one point three million shares and another similarity, to the Stuart case, is that one. Of the charges is that they lied to the FBI Yes that's absolutely right that is actually why Martha Stewart went to jail that's. What. They gotta rod she was very poorly. Prepared she didn't go in with, a lawyer, she thought she could just wing it and and they. Killed her and in this case I. Think. They're alleging that Chris Collins. And his, son simply lied about what transpired on that phone call obviously they didn't have it but the timing is very very very suspicious Now he resigned. Right after the charges, came out that night he said he was going to fight the charges right then after thinking about it. For a weekend he decided, that he was not going, to, run well What what you know what would you expect them, to do I mean he's pretty Republicans are vulnerable anyway And with this hanging over his head he's particularly, vulnerable and, I think he could just probably envision the what the ad campaign against them would be like. You, know the thing, about it is the thing that I? Found both, appalling and amusing about this story It's how dumb, you gotta be. To to do an insider trade like this I mean sandy Weill this is long time ago but, sandy Weill, wife was seeing a psychiatrist at a time when sandy Weill was doing a bunch of deals And Chris has the relationship with the patient that's a very private. Thing I hope and, of course in the therapy, sandy Wilde's wife told him the psychiatrist about some deal sandy was doing because obviously that was on your mind And the psychiatrist went and traded on that information And he got caught by the SEC If they could catch something like that then Chris Collins, and Cameron. Collins and, the fiance father-in-law the mother-in-law that's like, that's the easiest thing in the world But walk so was sophisticated wasn't he Yeah, but I, mean yes he, was just. You know I, like them I like him personally so I. Talk this up to a moment of utter panic and, you know foolishness so, maybe the same thing happened in the Collins case maybe maybe maybe I the reason I wrote the column list because you would think that anybody who is, old enough to have read about and live through the Martha Stewart trial which was on the front pages for weeks at, a time, would have would have taken away from that, tribal lesson of you know if you're going to be. An, insider trader at, least, at least at, least try, to hide it The FBI when they catch you don't lie to, the FBI, when I get you that that's exactly right, they always know more than you do at that point Sure do Thanks Joe that's Jonas Sarah. A Bloomberg opinion columnist coming up on Bloomberg opinion why American workers shouldn't be. Dismayed at stagnating wages I'm shooting also this is Bloomberg.

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